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    1.  Bednar, Jenna. 2020. "Of course Trump's authority isn't `total.' Here are 3 myths about how federalism works." Washington Post, April 17, 2020. 
    2. "Complexity Economists" (aka Beinhocker, Eric, W. Brian Arthur, Robert Axtell, Jenna Bednar, Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, David Colander, Molly Crockett, J. Doyne Farmer, Ricardo Hausmann, Cars Hommes, Alan Kirman, Scott Page, and David Sloan Wilson.) 2019. "Economics after Neoliberalism: Economics Needs to Embrace a Transdisciplinary Approach." Boston Review, March 19, 2019.
                  -Media mention: The Economist, "Simple Interactions can have Unpredictable Consequences," (April 4, 2019).
    3. Bednar, Jenna. 2016. "U.S. Term Limits v Thornton". American Governance, Schecter, Vontz, Birkland, Graber, Lutz, and Patrick, eds. Macmillan Reference USA / Cengage Learning.
    4. Bednar, Jenna. 2013. ``Who Opposed the Affordable Care Act?’’ in Benjamin Ginsberg, Theodore J. Lowi, Margaret Weir, and Caroline Tolbert, We the People: An Introduction to American Politics, 9th Edition.  New York: W.W. Norton.
    5. Bednar, Jenna. 2012. “Analyzing the Evidence: Federalism and Health Care Reform in the United States.” in Lowi, Ginsberg, Shepsle, and Ansolabehere, American Government: Power and Purpose, 12th edition. New York: W.W. Norton.
    6. Bednar, Jenna. 2008. "An Identity-Based Theory of Federalism (Response to Rubin and Feeley)". Publius: The Journal of Federalism 38(2):197-201.
    7. Bednar, Jenna. 2008. Review of Daniel Ziblatt, Structuring the State: The Formation of Italy and Germany and the Puzzle of Federalism. Perspectives on Politics 6(1)199-200.
    8. Bednar, Jenna. 2004. "Authority Migration in Federations: A Framework for Analysis." PS: Political Science & Politics July pp. 403-408.
    9. Bednar, Jenna. 2000. "Formal Theories of Federalism." Newsletter of the APSA Comparative Politics section.

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